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2:00 pm

Ardo Van Den Hout (UCL)

March 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
RLB304, RLB, University of Plymouth
Plymouth, United Kingdom
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 Multi-state models for observed and latent cognitive function in the older population Ardo van den Hout Department of Statistical Science, University College London Due to the ageing population there is a growing interest in the statistical modelling of cognitive function in old age. When analysing longitudinal data on ageing, lost to follow-up because of death

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Melanie Rupflin (Oxford) CANCELLED

March 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 101, 2-5 Kirkby Place
Plymouth, PL4 6DT United Kingdom
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Flowing to minimal surfaces In this talk I will discuss the construction and properties of a geometric flow, the Teichmueller harmonic map flow, that is designed to change surfaces into minimal surfaces. As I will explain, this flow, which we defined as a natural gradient flow of the Dirichlet energy, succeeds in decomposing any closed

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3:00 pm

Omar Al-Tameemi (Plymouth)

March 21 @ 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Room 101, 2-5 Kirkby Place
Plymouth, PL4 6DT United Kingdom
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Accuracy and Stability of Virtual Source Method for Numerical Simulations of Nonlinear Water Waves Abstract: The Virtual Source Method (VSM) is based upon the integral equations derived by using Green’s identity with Laplace’s equation for the velocity potential. The velocity potential within the fluid domain is completely determined by the potential on a virtual boundary

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3:50 pm

Seemaa Mohammed (Plymouth)

March 21 @ 3:50 pm - 4:35 pm
Room 101, 2-5 Kirkby Place
Plymouth, PL4 6DT United Kingdom
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Simulating dipole wall collisions with slip boundaries by using moment-based boundary conditions for lattice Boltzmann method. Abstract: The accuracy of moment-based boundary conditions for no slip and slip walls in the lattice Boltzmann method is examined numerically by using dipole wall collision for both normal and oblique cases. To do that hydrodynamic moments impose to

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